Fly Tying Symposium Postponed Due to COVID Concerns

The International Fly Tying Symposium scheduled for the third week in November in Somerset,  NJ has been postponed “for a year” according to event organizers.  Read the press release below for more info. August 31, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE USE 30 th INTERNATIONAL FLY TYING SYMPOSIUM POSTPONED BY PANDEMIC UNTIL NEXT YEAR SOMERSET, Penn. – The […]

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Balloon Fishing Challenge – 4K In this episode of BlacktipH,…

Balloon Fishing Challenge – 4K In this episode of BlacktipH, Josh Jorgensen and also Capt. Wes Reeder head offshore to do the Balloon Fishing Challenge. After capturing lure, both Josh and also Wes released their balloons. On our very first drift, Josh’s balloon obtained pulled undersea and also the fish was connected! Twitter http://bit.ly/blacktiph-twitter. Google+ […]

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Pike Fishing – Free Spirit Myles Gascoyne Autumn Pike

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Method feeder fishing for carp – the cheap and easy way!

Carp expert Colin Davidson explains a simple way to fish the highly effective Method feeder. Method feeder fishing can be kept simple – and cheap. Method feeder fishing a cracking tactic to get those indicators moving where there are numbers of carp to go after, big fish included. Developed with the rise of commercial pools,  […]

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Big eel success makes ace angler shout for joy

SPECIMEN fish ace Ian Petch knew that a lake had produced a big eel a few years ago, and he finally hit his target with this 6 lb 7 oz specimen. Horsham, West Sussex-based Ian fished overnight hoping that a big eel would take his small roach head offered on free-running rig. And his plan […]

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Review: Enterprise Tackle Caster Bait Bands

The Enterprise Tackle Caster Bait Bands come under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 product inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: bait bands for casters. Specifications: made from biodegradable plastic; non-toxic; 20 single caster or 16 double caster bands in a packet. My verdict: […]

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Javier Bardem: the Antarctic’s penguins need us

(CNN)I have a picture in my head. It’s impossible to fully convey, but it is a part of me. Twenty years later, this image now exists only in my head and in my heart. You’re probably reading this on your phone. Or maybe your computer screen. The world around you is frozen. The light of […]

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Review: Carp Spirit Zig-Master

The Carp Spirit Zig-Master monofilament comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: monofilament for zig and floater fishing. Specifications: available in 8 lb (0.23 mm), 10 lb (0.25 mm) and 12 lb (0.28 mm) breaking strains; […]

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Review: Middy Reactacore X120-3 Competition Match Carp Pole

The Middy Reactacore X120-3 Competition Match Carp Pole comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: competition match carp pole. Specifications: 13.5 and 14.5 m packages; Quad (four-layer) carbon technology; Maximus Wrap on the joints, to reduce […]

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Kevin Nash calls for ‘new thinking’ to turn around fortunes of UK fishing

ANGLING legend Kevin Nash has expressed his horror at a lack of new blood coming into angling, and threats from ‘antis’. As Angler’s Mail revealed last week, the Angling Trades Association held a mini conference, entitled Keep Britain Fishing, in the West Midlands. Carp tackle, bait and fisheries pioneer Kevin Nash attended the day after […]

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